Wrought iron and shadow, South Carolina Society adjacent to St. Michaels
One of Charleston's finest gates
Angel Oak, estimated to be 1400 years old
Isolated on a section of the gate at St. Michael's church.
Window boxes are often the only space available for gardens.
Charleston wrought iron in evening sun light
Reflection of South Carolina Bank and Trust in the window of the Mary Martin Gallery...Broad Street...spectacular gallery!
I made several trips to this location before I caught the shadow of the lamp post completely separated from the shadow of the building column.
Charleston has to be the wrought iron capitol of the world...yes I know about New Orleans but N.O. seems to have more cast iron...I also love how the 85L isolates the iron from the background.
One of hundreds of beautiful Charleston doorways. Just happened to catch this one with a splash of color.
Charleston's private gardens can only be seen in small vignettes from the street like this.
Fireplace in the great room at Drayton Hall.
Angel Oak, this image was captured through the chain link fence. The property closes at 5:00 pm so sunset light inside the fence is only available in winter.